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L’Année philologique Online: Citation Help & EndNote
L’Année philologique is the most comprehensive bibliographic database in the areas of ancient Greek and Roman history, literature, languages, archaeology and other aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.
When writing a research paper it is important to properly cite your resources. Our Citations LibGuide will help you with the writing of your research.
Consider using a citation management software, such as Endnote, to simplify the process of collecting, organizing, and formatting your citations. The Libraries offers group instruction or individual consultation for EndNote. See the EndNote LibGuide for more info.
L’Année philologique and EndNote
To save your results and import them to your EndNote library:
From the results page, tick the records you would like to transfer to your EndNote library.
On the next screen, click the Means of retrieving exports tab and choose Immediate download.
Click the File type tab and choose .dat : DAT format.
You will need to convert the exported records into a text file so that you can import them to EndNote. Use Ctrl A to select all of the records. Copy and paste them into a Word document.
Save the Word document as a plain text (.txt) file. It is a good idea to save the document to your desktop so that you can find it easily.
Choose File > Import and browse to find your text file.
Under the Import option drop-down menu, choose Other filters and scroll to Année Philologique on the list.
Click Choose and, at the next screen, click Import.
Your references should now be in your EndNote library. Proof read them carefully.